The Sonoma County Library is a countywide system, encompassing all nine cities and the unincorporated areas. A Joint Powers Agreement created in 1975, and revised in 2014, established the library as a separate public agency. Today, the library serves half a million county residents, at 12 regional libraries, two rural stations, three special collections, and a wide variety of digital resources.
We are known nationally for our innovation, and locally for our connection to our residents and communities. We are a community hub where learning, the arts, technology, and people come together to discover, learn, and share.
The Sonoma Valley Regional Library Branch offers a wide variety of programs geared to all people!